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Walk in the steps of Lewis & Clark, enjoy the spectacular coast, dine on a covered bridge

• 2 nights Astoria, 2 nights Newport (4 nights
on the water), overnight Eugene
• Lewis & Clark history, including stops at
Cape Disappointment and Fort Clatsop, their
two “mid-journey” coastal homes
• Long Beach, WA – America’s longest
beach and kite capital, hosted lunch at the
Cranberry Research Foundation
• Ride carousels in Seaside and Albany, learn
how the horses are made
• Tour the Tillamook Cheese Factory, visit
Yaquina Head Lighthouse
• Marine Discovery Cruise on Newport Bay, one
of the best educational cruises in the country
• Admission to The Oregon Aquarium
• Roundrip air to Portland

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    Day 1

    An early morning flight will have you
    in Portland in time to pick up some fresh
    berries and other treats at the Vancouver
    Farmer’s Market. Pick up something for
    lunch and for snacking along the way as
    you travel along the Columbia River to the
    Pacific Coast. Your home for two nights
    is the city named for John Jacob Astor,
    Astoria. A stop at the small Hanthorn
    Cannery Museum acquaints you with some
    of the industry of the town. This was a hardscrabble
    fishing port, home of the first U.S.
    Post Office west of the Rockies. Stop at
    the Astoria Column before check in. Best
    Western Astoria – 2 nights (D)

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    Day 2

    Over 200 years ago, the Lewis &
    Clark Party were among the first to map
    and explore this area. They came down
    the Columbia River to the coast on the
    Washington side, to a spot named by a seaborn
    explorer only 15 years prior. Unable to
    find the mouth of the Columbia, he named
    it Cape Disappointment. When Lewis and
    Clark arrived, they quickly decided to camp
    on the other side of the river, further south.
    In nearly Long Beach, learn a little about
    cranberries, oysters and kites! Lunch has a
    cranberry theme at the Cranberry Research
    Foundation. (B,L)

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    Day 3

    Journey south to Fort Clatsop, a woodsy
    inlet with a reproduction of Lewis & Clark’s
    infamous winter residence back in 1805.
    Continue down to Seaside for lunch at a
    local pub; then ride the carousel or spend
    some time browsing the little shops.
    Ice cream is always a bit hit in Seaside.
    Afternoon stops provide more “foodie fun”
    with time at the Blue Heron or maybe the
    Tillamook Smoke Shop for some jerky. Your
    hotel, located on the bluffs in Newport, will
    greet you with a salad and chowder buffet
    for a light dinner. Elizabeth Street Inn – 2
    nights (B,L,D)

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    Day 4

    No trip to the coast is complete without
    a visit to a lighthouse, and Yaquina Head,
    north of Newport, is the perfect stop! Later,
    experience the life of the sea with a 2-hour
    cruise on the Discovery and a visit to the
    Oregon Aquarium. It is a full but balanced
    day so that you can enjoy the beautiful town
    of Newport and your lovely room at the inn.
    The afternoon lighthouse and Nye Beach
    shopping stops are optional. Dinner on the
    waterfront tonight. (B,D)

  • Day 5

    From Newport, drive inland to Eugene
    this morning. Lane County is home to 20
    covered bridges. Your tour includes stops
    for photos and lunch is served al fresco on
    one of them! Hilton Eugene (B,L)

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    Day 6

    For the past few years, we have been
    making an occasional stop in Albany to visit
    a museum workshop where carousel horses
    are created. Now, the carousel itself is open
    for all to enjoy. Remembering the headline
    in the tour name, we will of course stop for
    a ride and a museum visit. Time permitting,
    we’ll visit a local fruit stand for some edible
    souvenirs on our way to the airport. (FB,L)

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A Day at the Races

Our always popular Day at the Races includes a sumptuous buffet lunch and seating in the enclosed Turf Club at Golden Gate Fields by beautiful San Francisco Bay in Berkeley. Enjoy the races with betting windows nearby and television monitors throughout the dining room.

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A Day Out in San Francisco

Enjoy a ride to The City for a day of shopping, lunch or just looking around! The coach will drop you at Pier 39/ Fishermens Wharf and Union Square.

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A Midsummer Night's Dream

The Sierra Repertory Theatre performs one of Shakespeare’s most beloved comedies. Two pairs of lovers and a rag-tag group of actors get lost in the woods. Meanwhile, the fairy kingdom is turned upside down by two quarreling leaders. Hold on to your heart – Cupid is armed and dangerous; and you’ll be laughing as his arrows go astray. Lunch is included at the City Hotel prior to the 2pm matinee.

6 Days · 12 Meals

Your trip includes all accommodations, airfare from Sacramento*, all listed activities and the services of a Sports Leisure Tour Director

*If applicable. Not traveling from Sacramento? Not a problem, just give us a call.

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June 24th - 29th
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